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Member Profile: I140EADhope (9 posts)

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Hello, I'm I140EADhope (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 05 Feb 2016
I have been a member since 19 Nov 2011
I have added 9 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 05 Feb 2016
I140EADhope's Posts
Posted in I-140 Forum on 05 Feb 2016
Topic: I-140 EAD approved by OMB

This is good and logical.

We all need to make comments like this. If want to make the real change please add more comments everyday. Please also encourage other you know to do the same. Call your friends or family members in India or USA and guide them what to right. This is our chance to make a change that can benefit us all......please please and please don't let it slip. A small effort can turn big results. So add as many good logical comments as you can.

We will get their....

Link@http://www.regulations.gov/#!docketBrowser;rpp=...
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 04 Feb 2016
Topic: I-140 EAD approved by OMB

Guys, 99% of the comments yesterday were bad against the legal immigrants.

http://www.regulations.gov/#!docketBrowser;rpp=...

We need to pick up speed and post our comments. When doing so please be constructive i.e., identify the problem in the proposed rule and then suggest changes that will make this rule better.

We need to post more comments. I will say please tell you family members, your friends and other to do so. We all can make it happen. Please encourage others to do the same.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 03 Feb 2016
Topic: I-140 EAD approved by OMB

Guys, If you want I140 EAD, you have to add your comments. Its takes only few minutes. Together we can make the change. If we can add 40k comments, we can have the impact. Please please comment..2 minute is nothing..

Link http://www.regulations.gov/#!documentDetail;D=U...
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 21 Jan 2016
Topic: I-140 EAD approved by OMB

Please post your comments as many times as possible. This is the only way we can have a chance to make a change to the proposed rule. While commenting mention that this rule is not solving the problem it was originally meant to solve and suggest changes that can help make this rule better.

Also, i will say if we can send emails/ facebook tweets to president Obama and OMB saying this proposed rule is not at all addressing the issues that President indent to solve through his executive action.

if someone can share OMB and or President's email or facebook links that will be great.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 31 Dec 2015
Topic: I-140 EAD approved by OMB

It is very important for all of us provide comments that are clear, unambiguous and concise. I suggest everyone should share their comment in this post for review/suggestions before posting it for real. The comment that are focused and clear can help to steer DHS attention on revisions (to the proposed rule) that we really want. We all know that this rule is not going to make our struggle easier. It’s the same old same old. I had an approved I140 from my previous employer (a reputed US company and most good companies will never revoke approved I140’s) and I changed my employer using my approved I140 to get another 3 year H1B extension few years back. What is new in this rule, I think nothing for most of us.

I can think of two major things that we were looking for from I140 rule as explained below:
A) Grant EAD's to individuals on H1B for more than 6 or 7 years that have an approved I140 from same or previous employer and/or
B) There should not be any requirement of re-filing PERM and I-140 after 180 days if we have a valid job offer either from employer who filed original GC or from a new employer. It should be similar to job portability after 180 days of approved I-485. If AC21 is going to be applied, it should be applied in the same manner across the board.

But saying these (above two points) alone in our comment will not make a strong compelling case. We need to tell them why we think the DHS proposal will not help 99% of the employees (a major stakeholder).

A way of making a compelling argument can be “Filing a new permanent labor certification and I140 is a long and tedious process for the employee and the employer. On an average it takes a year to multiple years to clear both PERM and I140. The whole process becomes even more agonizing when the employee has to go through the process of getting an approved PERM and I140 all over again after he/she has to switch employers. I am sure the wait and uncertainty is enough to discourage most of us (99%) from changing employers, and I am sure most of us will keep on working at the same wage and position for 10+ year till they get a green card. President Obama initiated the executive action a year back to allow the H1B and other workers that are at advance stages of their green card to be able to change jobs freely without having to restart the green card again and give them some type of permanent status so they can feel more stable. The proposed rule (as is) is not addressing the main issue it was originally meant to solve. I think the following two amendments will help to make it more beneficial for the non-immigrant workers from backlogged countries:
A) Grant EAD's to individuals on H1B for more than 6 or 7 years that have an approved I140 from same or previous employer and/or
B) There should not be any requirement of re-filing PERM and I-140 after 180 days if we have a valid job offer either from employer who filed original GC or from a new employer. It should be similar to job portability after 180 days of approved I-485. If AC21 is going to be applied, it should be applied in the same manner across the board.”

Guys please let me know of your suggestion. There are many other ways of making a compelling argument and I am looking forward for seeing your stories. I believe that if we all write good stories explaining DHS why we think the proposed rule will not help us (reminding DHS that the main idea was to help the non-immigrant worker community that is struck in long waits, give them more stability and let them to change jobs more freely so they can get what they deserve and work on what they really want) and the proposed rule will not fix the main issue, DHF will surely amend the rule before finalizing.

Please share your finalized draft with us before you publish the comment to DHS.
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Posted in I-765 (EAD) Forum on 15 Feb 2015
Topic: EAD for H4 Visa Holders

I have an approved I140 and is in 8th year on my H1B visa. But late last year I changed my job (got a new 3 year extension on H1B) based on an approved I140 from my previous employer. My new employer has not started my green card application yet.

Is it possible for me to apply my wife's H4 EAD using my approved I140 (from previous employer) and my valid H1B extension.

Help appreciated.

Thanks
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 15 Feb 2015
Topic: H4 EAD

Hi guys,

I have an approved I140 and is in 8th year on my H1B visa. But late last year I changed my job (got a new 3 year extension on H1B) based on an approved I140 from my previous employer. My new employer has not started my green card application yet.

Is it possible for me to apply my wife's H4 EAD using my approved I140 (from previous employer) and my valid H1B extension.

Help appreciated.

Thanks
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 19 Nov 2011
Topic: H1B Renewal Denied and I94 expired

Hi
I badly need some good suggestion

I worked for company A for 3 years. Have all pay stubs and w2 everything. They filed my h1B renewal premium processing on oct 06 2011. My first H1B expired oct 10 2011. I got my H1B renewal receipt oct 08 2011. Then I got a denial notice dated nov 14 2011 saying employee employer relationship not explained. Actually I worked at company C through a mid client B.

I stopped working from 14 nov and took a visa date in Canada early next week (nov 21) (as i am a Canadian PR) to get my status to H4 visa as my wife still working on H1B.

Meanwhile my mid client B (a very big company with direct client A) wants to file my a new H1B visa (as soon as I get H4 and a new I94......) and offer me employment. But I am very worried now because the H1B visas cap is going very fast. As updated on 16 Nov its already 57K. So less than 9K left.

So, my question is will my new H1B (filed by mid client B) will be considered against cap as my precious renewal was denied or I would be able to apply new H1B without subject to cap as I was considered against the cap once(when I applied my first H1B).
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 19 Nov 2011
Topic: H1 denied I94 expired

Hi
I badly need some good suggestion

I worked for company A for 3 years. Have all pay stubs and w2 everything. They filed my h1B renewal premium processing on oct 06 2011. My first H1B expired oct 10 2011. I got my H1B renewal receipt oct 08 2011. Then I got a denial notice dated nov 14 2011 saying employee employer relationship not explained. Actually I worked at company C through a mid client B.

I stopped working from 14 nov and took a visa date in Canada early next week (nov 21) (as i am a Canadian PR) to get my status to H4 visa as my wife still working on H1B.

Meanwhile my mid client B (a very big company with direct client A) wants to file my a new H1B visa (as soon as I get H4 and a new I94......) and offer me employment. But I am very worried now because the H1B visas cap is going very fast. As updated on 16 Nov its already 57K. So less than 9K left.

So, my question is will my new H1B (filed by mid client B) will be considered against cap as my precious renewal was denied or I would be able to apply new H1B without subject to cap as I was considered against the cap once(when I applied my first H1B).
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